From Leonardo on what this album is about.... “It’s a vast matter – if someone reads the title “Quick McLuhanian Guide for Transmigration”, he or she could think that it’s about the soul “jumping” from a body to other. I believe McLuhan had in mind that the message would become a fusion of perceptions caused by and brought by (mass) communication media. Is the media the message as well? Back to Pythagoras, he assured that he could remember all his transmigrations, but if he... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: experimental music, electronic, ambient, mcluhan
As well as last December we complete June 2012 with another Saito Koji-release. "Sleepy" is a single, one hour long track. His last releases "Guide" and "Again" based on the limited time-frame of three minutes and presented drone and ambient soundscapes in a really focused and condensed version. Listening to a one hour piece is the complete counterpart. The sounds within this track have the chance to evolve with every listen. Based on a simple looping guitar... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Saito Koji, Music, Ambient, Drone
A debut CD by an audiovisual project form Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine. The guys from Submatukana experiment with acoustic instruments & urban devices and play with the late japanoise school, breakcore and industrial-drone. It is a pure authentic project, who aims to popularize domestic devises' noises aesthetics with classical electronic experiments over breakcore, drone, noise and 8bit music. CD envelope is folded from a newspaper page, 4-paged colour booklet is included. More info here:... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: IDM, noise, power electronics, turbinicarpus, submatukana
After a few listens I`m quite sure that Sha Ka Ree by Videosignal is one of the finest two trackers published on Oscilator. Man behind this name is Ensar Zgodic, also known as Greg Pavlov/Punkov, Yurockolonia, one of the Oscilator co-founders. This time he has prepared for you two definitive floor shakers, energetic and emotional. So take your time and listen to Ensar`s most clubby sounding tunes until today. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: Electro
"Two-Thousand Dollar Tuesday" is like going back to the house where you grew up after thirty years, finding it has been torn down and digging throught the rubble to discover broken, dusty bits of your memories. "Bluebeard" is like going back to the house where you grew up after thirty years and finding it haunted with the ghost of your abusive father who isn't very happy with seeing you again. A single, hopefully the precursor to an album. ( 1 reviews ) Topics: noise, abstract, experimental
Bacanal Intruder brings zymogen a bit far from its usual habits, but this joyful derailment is definitely a pleasure. A micro-ep with five little tracks and five little melodies sketched with guitars, harmonica, melodica and other strange instruments processed with computer over glitches and digital beats. Luis handles these sounds carefully creating different melodic patterns and, moving from different atmospheres, is able to give you a carefree smile with ironic and beautiful music. A... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: folktronica, glitch, indietronica, child music Source: http://www.zymogen.net
Simply titled "4th" - The aesthetics of the single sound, its destinctiveness and presence are more present than on its predecessor. But nonetheless, the sounds do not seem to be forlorn. Every track is its own microcosm of noise, click and motion. Always one leg on the dancefloor, the other in the lab, Emmerichk shows us his own definition of rhythm, groove and melody. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: minimal, house, techno Source: http://www.yukiyaki.org
unfoundsound presents five deep and heady cuts of abstract organic minimalism expertly designed to move a dancefloor. on nagoya gun shop ep, japan's so inagawa (of the suffragettes) offers stripped-down crowd-pleasers gently sprinkled with droning, playful found-sounds and bouncy, shuffling, poking rhythms. (fans of ultrakurt will be stoked!) and, most importantly, eat it up! ( 1 reviews ) Topics: minimal techno, minimal house, house, techno
"this ep was recorded between april 1998 and december 2003 in Paris and Stockholm. what's presented here are traces and excerpts from a larger mass of recordings: seven sections which I decided to push toward something songlike. this release with autres directions provides a way to shed it, offering it the chance to be shed and spread, and to become something beyond my own thoughts." obadia (firstname.lastname@example.org ; www.clumsybeats.org) ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Downtempo, Hip Hop beats, collage Source: http://autresdirections.net/inmusic/
release description by .at/on 'prostir,' ukrainian for dimension, was created with samples and vst instruments handmade with synthedit which are included in this release. they were triggered and manipulated with fruityloops, and the final mix was done in acid. 'prostir' was created to direct your attention to africa and to the third world: life expectancy is 77 years in g8 countries while it's only 48 years in africa. 100% of the british people have access to safe drinking water, and only 45%... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Electronic, Electronica, Experimental, Noise, Glitch, Minimal, Field Recordings, Soundscape, Found... Source: minusn.com
Live recordings from digital algorhythms. This is generative glitch that walks the far boarders of experimentalism, yet its content is so smooth and delicious. Meandering between the likes of Xenakis and Ikeda, this takes on a journey of its own. And even though this may be the shortest release on Just not Normal, I fell deeply in love with this album; beware as you may too! ( 1 reviews ) Topics: generative, algorithms, electronic, improvisation, mathematical, experimental, glitch, just not...
Second EP for Gqbn. "Hydrophobic Strings" is a careless response for the grey and rainy days. Gqbn introduces 4 composition themes exploring the idm /electronic concepts. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: electronica, idm, mimi records, japan Source: http://www.clubotaku.org/mimi
"Adustam" is one of the greatest Artist in Dance Music with "Edit".We are concern that this EP gives person who listen to it "anthem" in mind.This EP have Pleasure,Pop,Sadness because it's end,play mind,and Experimetn Sprit!! OK, let's go SOUND OF GALAPAGOS !! We will be proud for a long time of being able the release of his music...Thanks for hideaki the pup to draw Album Art. ( 1 reviews )
Clinicaut comes from the mind of the german Siegmar Fricke. He created a first lineal version which has been composed the track by using a complex range of electronic devices, and along with several samples had been sent to various artists for the creation of derivative works. The members are: Miguel A. Ruiz (Orfeón-Gagarin. Madrid), Adamned Age (Hanne Adam. Berlin) and Alisu (Manziping. Chile). Clinicaut generates robotic impulses and electronic patterns in constant mutation. Clinicaut... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: addsensor, Siegmar Fricke, Miguel Angel Ruiz, Alisu, Adamned Age, Netlabels
K.M. Krebs has been kind enough to approach Treetrunk Records with his latest release, "Fog Sequences". He explains: "Inspired by a series of fog photographs I recently saw at the National Museum of Contemporary Art here in Korea. All the tracks began as output from a generative FM drone generator which was run through unpredictable distortion effects (all made in csound). The results were then used as a basis for composing these 6 tracks." Mysterious, ever-changing,... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: generative, soundscape, ambient, experimental
first and only release of the now defunct evp (electronic voice phenomenon) project. dark and eerie soundscapes for the inner cinema. ( 1 reviews ) Topic: dark ambient, ambient, dark soundscapes, soundscapes
This is the fourth release (the third in bump side) by Mystified. Hypnotic beats came again. The key words for Tropical Depression are "drone" and "techno". Netlabel buccaneer Mystified has crafted a mid-length release comprised of punchy, catchy sample patterns laid over oscillating drones. Pieces are narcotic but not without pop value. The basic theme explored is "trouble in paradise" - even in it's most relaxed and decadent moments, mankind has its share of... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Electronic, Experimental, Techno Source: Bump Foot
Daniel Maze is a young composer from Canada, Vancouver. As he told me about himself, "I’ve been into music all my life". I bet he was! After releasing two brilliant mini-albums on Italian net-label Sine3pm, he delivered a blow again with his Treehugger EP, released on 12rec. And now he presents his fourth release this year (this guy is a real hot rodder, don't you think?), exclusively for top-40.org. Elementary EP is "a must-hear" work for everyone, submerged in lo-fi... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: top40, top-40.org, top 40, daniel maze, ambient, glitch, melodic, glitch-pop, lo-fi, field... Source: top-40.org
On this brand new album you can listen to 5 new analogue, groovy, funny electropop songs. It's almost like a "back tot the past" trip listening to these tracks. HAPPY ELF knows exactly how to create the atmosphere of eighties popmusic, because he plays all instruments by hand and doesn't use a computer (o.k. a drumcomputer). The voice of HAPPY ELF makes every track complete and makes you wonder why only beautiful and crafted singers dominate the popmusic market. HAPPY ELF brings you... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Eurodance, Synthpop, Electropop, Weirdomusic, Electronic Source: WM Recordings/Happy Elf
This is their second release on ON-Mix music. A very rough EP. Industrial EBM, heavy beats and noises from the Netherlands. No compromises just go for it. Stupid Bitch is: Jens Uboot Sloompie Kluufke Kinky Pinky Produced by Mr.DeVo! ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Noise, Industrial, Terror, Raw, EBM, Heavy, ON-Mix, The Netherlands, Mr.DeVo!, Nu Metal,...
Alexander Ivanov builds a way that sweep from ambient-downtempo atmospheres to the bright fragments breakbeat-IDM of the formidable track eclipse realized in collaboration with the friend Lifeform. A good debut that puts the young russian musician among the emergent talents of the netlabel scene. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Downtempo, IDM, Ambient Source: www.laverna.net
coldicus - Who Stole A Million Dreams EP !iMbue Aud!o - !!ii001 >>>>>>>>> The ambient atmospheres and downtempo beats & breaks of this release were cultivated from the remnants of unfulfilled dreams. These songs manifest the words of both interactive communication & description that there wasnt time to speak of as rhythms rather than sentences; allowing the emotions that they create to evolve even when the initial dreams that inspired them have passed.... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: coldicus, ambient, downtempo, downbeat, dark ambient, atmospheric, idm, breaks, breakbeat, coldcat,...
Friends of dark meditative ambient are in for another treat with this new co-creation from the Finnish ambient producer Doc and the Russian pianist Lena Selyanina. This album was inspired by Maurice Ravel's waltzes for the piano, and Lena's soulful and introspective piano takes quite naturally a prominent role on this material. As on their earlier releases (MT002 & MT004), the fundamental soundworld and atmosphere is that of deep, beatless, meditative ambient. From this calm and dark... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: ambient, meditative, dark ambient, meditative ambient, psychological ambient, electronica,... Source: Musictrade
i got an email from our dear friend stephane obadia. he told me about this guy from italy that calls himself after the sound of a steam train, ciuf ciuf, got it? steph was very excited bout his music and so are we. just check the first song i feel like a clean blackboard: along with his mates matteo mohorovicich at sax & clarinet and daniele dalla pellegrina at trumpet, oliviero farneti creates a surprisingly catchy and slightly surrealistic pop-song that knows about dance-music, lo-fi... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: 12rec, el senor ciuf ciuf, pop, indie, dancepop, electronic Source: www.12rec.net
The mysterious Aplink has arrived with a short but excellent EP of ambience and drones. The tracks here focus on minimalism and the passage of time via repetition and layering; each feels like a cut out cross-section of a larger piece of composition. Insular and introspective, yet outwardly accessible to all. ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Ambient, Drone, Electronic, Experimental
Seven Spaces is definitely not a concept album - it rather resembles a kind of sample assortment, composed of tracks produced from 2002 to 2005. However, the selection process has been dominated by one central ambition: variety. Particularly in the "electronic dub" segment, LP releases are prone to become slightly tedious when listened to in their full length, due to the genre's inherent bias towards lengthy and monotonous tracks. In addition, the absence of vocals and traditional... ( 3 reviews ) Topic: thinner Source: http://www.thinner.cc
The cinematics within a sigle night hour 2am City Lights is a sequence of FM synthesizer improvisations, recorded without additional overdubbing or editing except track (1), which has two layers of live material. Suburbs at night ...That was the moment when I first realized that an electronic musical instrument is not less „real“ than an acoustic one. Much more visible in hardware than software: the reality feeling of electrons flowing through various circuits to the D/A converters, their... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: second body, emilian gatsov, improvisation, synthesizer, yamaha sy77, ambient, electronic, city...
Sieve is back again with another incredible EP of dark moods and thoughts. 'Vacuum-Assisted' focuses a bit more on the overall texture of each track compared to the beat-heavy electronics of his previous Kikapu release, 'wave/particle.' But don't be fooled, there are still plenty of forceful, brooding rhythms scattered throughout this release, all with a foreboding, inexhaustible feeling to them. Yet this release cuts even deeper into your psyche as you listen, pushing you to the edge. ( 2 reviews )
Music written and produced by Pink Witch. Album mixed by Michael Lanfield. Mix of ambient, dark ambient, noise, space. More music available to download on www.ambientmusic.tk or www.michaellanfield.tk Note: Previous album name was "Things That Should be", new name "Lake" ( 2 reviews ) Topics: ambient, space, noise, noize
blue shimmery fall - pure celebrations of sound - something that is beautiful in its aesthetics, lively in its delivery, and leaves a profound feeling of exuberance with each listener and each track are a rare find in today's music world. this intangible something was achieved with love for music. though not as illustrious or memorable as the previous album, jasper boer ascends to one of music's glorious heights with the new album "blue shimmery fall" on maetrix. the eleven tracks... ( 3 reviews ) Topic: Electronica Source: www.maetrixsolution.com
there are different approaches to noise in electronic music. technically, noise is described as an equal amount of output in all present frequencies ('white noise') and sounds pretty boring. people tend to mix their original signals with fragments of noise to get a more individual, maybe more haptical sound; on the other hand, a lot of strictly experimental music uses noise as the main source of audio, shifted in frequency and amplitude, fed back to the machines or distorted and delayed. why do... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: 12rec, daniel maze, electronic, laptop, dance, soundscapes Source: www.12rec.net
As I live on a very busy streetcorner, and love the sounds of music and silence, I have wondered from time to time if it would be possible to take the world around me and to ask it to be a little more quiet. Could I mute the street traffic, the dogs barking, and the folks out waiting for the bus? In "Mutescape", I took a single field recording of my neighborhood, over 33 minutes long, and subjected it to a series of compressions, eq shifts and effects. My goal was to replace my... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: field recording, phonography, ambient, , drone, processed
Hi all friends of Zoogoo, thank you for downloading this free album. I wanted our art and music to be available for everyone to appreciate. Please feel free to share with friends and family. It has been a short time for zoogoo, and we are growing in skill and strenght each day. We dedicate our lives to this music and we have so many things we want to share. Hopefully technology will make it easy-er to share our ideas, but for now we will stick with what we are working with. We would like to... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: electronic, experimental, IDM, ambient, psychotic, bipolar, jazzcore, breakcore, electro,... Source: earsheltering
Scaff aka Meic Kluge has been loving to deal with regulators and knobs for 17 years. After his origin in the Pre-Midi-Aeara he had been touring as one half of the minimal-techno act "Wellenreiter" through Germany during the mid of the 1990ies. Always in search of the perfect beat and a whole lot curiosity for innovations. Now he seems to have concluded it. His love for patch calbles and his discontent with modern technics lead him back to the achievements of the 70ies and 80ies:... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Electronica, Electro, IDM Source: http://www.yukiyaki.org
What an experience Chillout in Canada Breathe the smell of river and freedom Some distorted structures can enter your lungs But don't be afraid He comes in peace ------------------------- German: Welch ein Erlebnis Chill Out in Kanada Atme den Geruch von Fluss & Freiheit Dennoch können zerrige Strukturen in die Lunge dringen Doch keine Angst er kommt in Frieden ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Ambient, Abstract, Downbeat, IDM, Elektronika Source: http://www.rest-label.net
Nest is the collaborative project of Otto Totland (Deaf Center / Type Records) and Huw Roberts (Serein). The two started working together after forging a strong friendship as former members of the Miasmah label. This self-titled EP is their first work publicly released, so it is a great honour that we are able to offer it to you here. Both pianists, there is little wonder that after exploring a plethora of musical styles, the two find themselves most at home writing traditionally structured... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: serein, nest, otto totland, huw roberts, ser013, piano, classical, post classical, avant-garde,...
stockfinster is from MalmÃ¶, Sweden and consists mainly of batti who writes, plays, arranges and mixes everything Â sometimes with a little help from his musical friends. stockfinster was once a band Â with real instruments and vocals Â but after a long period of playing in a stuffy rehearsal-room, the tension became too strong and the band split. Everybody went on to pursue their musical aspirations, and batti kept the name of stockfinster for his own electronical soundscapes. batti... ( 7 reviews ) Topic: Easy Listening Source: http://www.sutemos.net